Part 1 - From Research to Implications
B. Organization of Part 1
C. Starting with the Big Issues
D. Conceptualizing Language Learner Identity
E. Conceptualizing Language Teacher Identity
F. Implications of Identity Research for Application
G. Looking Ahead: Communicating Identities
Part 2 - From Implications to Application
B. Reflexing Identities
Activity 1: This is (not) like me
Activity 2: Celebrating birthdays
Activity 3: What makes me me?
Activity 4: Tweeting
Activity 5: Memories and smells
Activity 6: Maps of the world
Activity 7: Using our brains!
Activity 8: The gender of objects
Activity 9: Food and identity
Activity 10: Author presence
Activity 11: Chickens in cages
Activity 12: My ideal holiday
C. Projecting Identities
Activity 13: Introducing ourselves
Activity 14: What''s in a name?
Activity 15: Gay men playing rugby
Activity 16: Relationships and age
Activity 17: The clothes we wear
Activity 18: Why is Facebook so popular?
Activity 19: Idiomatic language
Activity 20: Make your own cartoon
Activity 21: There''s a little bit of good in everyone
Activity 22: Proverbs and you
Activity 23: Justifying your opinion
Activity 24: Pictures at an exhibition
D. Recognizing Identities
Activity 25: A good friend
Activity 26: Who are these women?
Activity 27: Film critic
Activity 28: Identity theft
Activity 29: Teacher roles
Activity 30: Gendered identities in occupations
Activity 31: Stereotyping
Activity 32: Questioning national identities
Activity 33: Designing a questionnaire
Activity 34: Writing a report
Activity 35: No laughing matter
Activity 36: The language of ads
E. Imagining Identities
Activity 37: What kind of wild animal?
Activity 38: Me flying high
Activity 39: My dream room
Activity 40: Names for (online) gamers
Activity 41: The aliens have landed
Activity 42: Speaking English tomorrow
Activity 43: Identity quotes
Activity 44: Different perspectives
Activity 45: What makes them them?
Activity 46: Social justice and advertising
Activity 47: Consumer identity
Activity 48: Transport of the future
Part 3 - From Application to Implementation
B. Organization of Part 3
C. Characteristics of the Curriculum
D. Planning Activities
E. Implementing Activities in the Classroom
F. What Should We Do After the Activities?
Part 4 - From Implementation to Research
B. Organization of Part 4
C. What is Exploratory Action Research?
D. Selecting Topics to Explore
E. Gathering Information
F. Narrative Inquiry
G. Making Sense of the Information Gathered
H. Sharing Your Findings